I guess you are a unicorn.
With a J1772 tail!
There are only 3 out hundreds where I work that view Evs positively, 1 out of 10 is a democrat.
That said my own very liberal aunt and uncle were leaning into me telling me my ev was too expensive to operate, even after I told them $17,500 out the door brand new and free electric.
Most Americans are more concerned with image than actual utility, cost or environmental issues.
I think most are trying to live in a fantasy world.
They don't want to be bothered to think.
I've heard various stories from times gone by of how bread and cereal vendors stocking store shelves would push all their competitors products down to the end of the aisle and display their own products over as much shelf space as possible. It's a simple reality that if my hamburger buns take up 20 feet of shelf space and yours only occupy 2 feet I will sell ten times as much as you.
I think it is much the same with cars.
The largest Nissan dealer in Florida has just over 1100 new vehicles in stock. Three of them are LEAFs. I've talked to their sales people, they will tell you that they sell a couple a month to people that specifically come in wanting one. One guy told me, if a customer asks for a LEAF he won't ever suggest a gas car, but conversely he won't try to sell a LEAF to a buyer who isn't already educated or interested.
The reality remains, once you get out of California or maybe some other CARB states, your choice is a LEAF, a Volt, or Tesla. That's not a lot of choices, sort of like having 1/8th of an inch of shelf space for your hamburger buns while your competitor has 100 feet.